Terrapin Flyer Live at Diamonds Pub and Billiards on 2013-01-26
Diamonds Pub and Billiards
8ft stand 20 ft back from stage center
Neumann KM140 in ORTF -> Sound Device 722 @24b 48kHz
Samplitude used for levels/track ID's -> .wav 24b 48kHz
dB Poweramp for editing metatags and conversion -> Flac at level 8.
Taped by Chris Mescia
(Thanks to Sam King, Nick King and Malcolm Cason for blocking :)
Harder They Come
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl*
Sisters and Brothers
West LA Fadeaway
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Scarlet Begonias >
Fire On the Mountain
Eyes of the World@
Waiting for a Miracle
Don't Let Go
That's What Love Will Make You Do
Lucky Ol' Sun
Tangled Up In Blue-cut
* - with Johnny Neel on keys
@ - with Myron Koch on sax
Notes: Really fun evening with excited and rowdy crowd.
I was the only taper there that night.
Drunk chick crashes into rig in Tore Up, but I think I smoothed out the levels ok.
Sorry but recording stops during Tangled...but that was actually the last song they played.
Collection TerrapinFlyerBand/Artist Terrapin FlyerVenue Diamonds Pub and BilliardsLocation Louisville, KYSource fob AUD KM140 ORTF >Sound Device 722Lineage 24b 48kHz -> SamplitudeTaped by Chris MesciaTransferred by Chris Mescia
February 3, 2013
Sorry the track ID's didnt come up at first. They are all correct now. The meta data tags on the flac files were always correct, for anyone who downloaded them prior to the flash streaming files getting their names fixed.
I had a great time at this gig. Glad I brought my gear!
February 3, 2013
Awesome to see a nice aud from this tour! All these Melvin/Mark shows are hot.
January 30, 2013
Melvin Seals The Deal!!
Man, what an Exceptional Show!! Thank you so much for taping this show--and for pointing out the Only Rig in the joint (which almost became a close call...Glad I wasn't too "Tore Up"!) There was so much energy in the room that night. Although it was the last show of the tour the Band was in full form during both sets as well as when accompanied by Johnny Neel, who laid it on strong during School Girl. In addition to the Legendary Melvin Seals, who was in fine spirits this evening, sharing the stage during a few jams was Louisville Legend Myron Koch on sax! Everyone there was ragin' full on and I did not see one person that looked disappointed. The stand-out for me would have to be The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down...it was all heart from frontman Doug Hagman as you could see the delight on his face to be in the company of Melvin, Mark Karan, Wavy and JP